Unlock Your Lost Nokia Security Lock-Code Instantly
Mobile Securityis very important factor in current world,mostly we store lots of private and important information into our mobile due to its portability feature e.g ATM pin,Mailbox Password,Bank Password etc , to protect the privacy of our information we use some locking mechanism,which enhance your data integrity and consistency.But you may observe that many people put very Complex code to their mobile( which is probably Good ) and forgot that code after some time.
So in such situation we just do trial and error mechanism to get it work,which has very less success rate.Finally last way is to format/flash our mobile,which leads to loss of data.If you really want to know your existing lock code without any data loss,then you probably need to do following simple steps to get it done successfully. To do this you need [ANT] which is a small program that reads the security code of any Nokia phone that supports in USB connection mode.
Step1. Download the ANT from here.
Step2. Connect your mobile to PC in PC Suite mode, If you are running Nokia PC Suite , please close all process of PC Suite from task manager using ‘End process tree‘ option.
Step3. Run simple.exe file,now click on GET button by selecting NORMALfrom drop down menu.
Step4. Now on right hand side you will get message like “Phone Found!” then you done ,forget about Error message of Changing Phone Mode.Now click on READ INFO button ,which will read all mobile specific data on right side.
Step5.Navigate to SERVICE tab and click on GET button under USER CODEsection.Now wait for few seconds and you will get your existing SECURITY LOCK CODE at bottom line. Enjoy and unlock your freedom !!!
[note]This trick is only applicable to NOKIA handsets & successfully tested of my NOKIA-N70,try this with your mobile and just put your queries & result in comment section [/note]
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